Corruption is The Price We Pay For Democracy

…es. The remaining six non-democracies are small city-states (Singapore, Hong Kong, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Qatar and Bahrain). In contrast, about 60% of the 60 most corrupt countries are autocracies, including Russia, Iran, Venezuela, Belarus, Syria, Sudan and Burma. Nearly all the 30 most corrupt countries are autocracies. India in this list is at 84th position. These data show it very clearly that corruption is in every popular form of…

Selling Liquor in a Gandhian State is an Anomaly

…em forget everything for some time. Either it is in the form of drinking, gaming, chatting, swimming or playing badminton after work. The motto is only one, to forget everything for some moment. It just depends on them which form attracts them. But, in the present world everyone is trying to get refreshed by one of such forms. One may say that there are people who turn violent after drinking. But, overdose of every drugs have side-effects. Even…

Welcome Back, Socialism

…010 overtook Japan to become second largest economy. Today, about 10% of the Chinese population (down from 64% in 1978) live below the poverty line. Socialist market economy (Chinese) is often criticised for being capitalist form of economy. But, this Chinese model is still a form of socialist economy. Even though, state run industries are privatised in China. The Chinese government still guides overall national economic development through…